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Bryce Hall Wiki, Biography, Age, Career

Bryce Hall is an American social media personality best known for his comedic videos, lip-sync videos and bad-boy videos across his social platforms, especially on the video-sharing platform TikTok. Bryce has been active on social media since high school and now has millions of followers across all his platforms. Bryce is a member of the Sway House, a TikTok collective formed by Talent X. 

Bryce was featured in the documentary “Jawline” in 2019 which went into detail about the start of his career and his legal troubles with his former manager Michael Weist. 

In addition, Bryce hosts his own podcast titled Capital University. He also makes headlines for his on-again, off-again relationship with fellow TikTok star Addison Rae.

Bryce Hall was born on August 14, 1999 in Ellicott City, Maryland, the United States. He was raised by his mother Lisa growing up. 

As of September 2021, Bryce Hall has more than 21 million followers on TikTok, 3.63 million subscribers on YouTube, 7.9 million followers on Instagram and 1.4 million followers on Twitter. 

Bryce started his career on social media by joining YouNow when he was just 15 years old. He started the live streaming account to make friends after he was bullied in high school. Bryce then joined Vine, the now-defunct video sharing platform, and had acquired 30,000 followers by the time it was shut down in 2014. 

Later, Bryce joined Musical.ly, now known as TikTok. By September 2021, he had nearly 359 million followers on the platform. He is best known for his funny, comedic videos as well as his lip-sync videos and dance videos. 

Bryce is a member of the Sway House, a TikTok collective formed by Talent X. The house features popular TikTok creators and content creators like Josh Richards, Noah Beck, Griffin Johnson and more. It’s one of the most up-and-coming collaborative houses. 

Bryce was featured in the documentary “Jawline” in 2019 which went into detail about the start of his career and his legal troubles with his former manager Michael Weist. 

The social media star launched his own podcast in 2020 that covers all things finance, titled Capital University. 

Bryce has been philanthropic as well. In 2020, he donated more than $30,000 to the NAACP and attended Black Lives Matter protests in Los Angeles. 

Bryce has also been involved in a number of controversies as well since becoming popular. In June 2020, he tweeted about “straight TikTok” and got a lot of backlash about how he mocked the LGBT community. He deleted the tweet quickly, though, and later issued an apology to his followers. 

In addition, in 2020, Bryce was arrested while on a road trip in Texas and charged with possession of marijuana. 

That same year, Bryce had some issues with Hype House member Thomas Petrou, whom Bryce accused of stealing money from Hype House members. Bryce shared screenshots and direct messages, and Thomas suggested they settle the issue on Bryce’s financial podcast. 

Bryce also had his home utility services shut off on August 19, 2020 by Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power after he violated the city’s social distancing measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. The rules included a ban on house parties, and Bryce allegedly threw a big 21st birthday party, despite warnings from the local police department to end the party. Several days later on August 28 he was charged with a misdemeanour violating the Safer L.A. health order and the city’s “Party House Ordinance.” 

Bryce has dated fellow TikTok star Addison Rae in an on-again, off-again relationship. 

Bryce sells his own merchandise through the Party Animal brand, and you can purchase his official apparel through his website.  https://partyanimal.shop/

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